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2016 Clark Cup Hub

04/11/2016, 1:00pm CDT
By USHL

Clark Cup bracket, stats, video, media and more.

The 2016 Clark Cup Playoffs will begin on April 14, 2016 and continue through the month of May. Per League rules, the higher seed dictates home ice advantage in the best of five series. Check back to the Clark Cup Hub for updates, and follow the action on Twitter by following @USHL and join the conversation at #ClarkCup.

LIVE broadcasts: FASTHockey

 

DOWNLOAD OFFICIAL 2016 CLARK CUP BRACKET

 

Matchups

Clark Cup Final

(3) Dubuque Fighting Saints vs (1) Tri-City Storm (Tri-City won series 3-0)

GAME 1 RECAP

GAME 2 RECAP

GAME 3 RECAP

 

Eastern Conference Final

(3) Dubuque Fighting Saints vs (4) Bloomington Thunder (Dubuque won series 3-2)

Western Conference Final

(1) Tri-City Storm vs (3) Waterloo Black Hawks (Tri-City won series 3-2)

 

Eastern Conference Semifinals

(1) Cedar Rapids RoughRiders vs (4) Bloomington Thunder (Bloomington won series 3-2)

(2) Green Bay Gamblers vs (3) Dubuque Fighting Saints (Dubuque won series 3-1)

 

Western Conference Semifinals

(1) Tri-City Storm vs (4) Sioux Falls Stampede (Tri-City won series 3-0)

(2) Lincoln Stars vs (3) Waterloo Black Hawks (Waterloo won series 3-1)

 

Clark Cup News

Clark Cup Final Dates & Times

Tory Dello named Curt Hammer Award winner

WATCH: Game 1 - Jason Lammers Morning Skate

WATCH: Game 1 - Bill Muckalt Morning Skate 

Clark Cup Final Preview

Carson Meyer & Alex Limoges leading the Storm

Michael O'Leary Continues to Battle

 

Clark Cup Conference Finals Dates & Times

PREVIEW: Dubuque Fighting Saints vs. Bloomington Thunder

PREVIEW: Tri-City Storm vs. Waterloo Black Hawks

First time since 2013 both Conference Finals go to Game 5

 

Clark Cup Conference Semifinals Dates & Times

PREVIEW: Tri-City Storm vs. Sioux Falls Stampede

PREVIEW: Lincoln Stars vs. Waterloo Black Hawks

PREVIEW: Green Bay Gamblers vs. Dubuque Fighting Saints

PREVIEW: Cedar Rapids RoughRiders vs. Bloomington Thunder

Ross Colton looks to continue scoring ways

Anderson Cup Champs looking for more

 

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 14th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2015-16.  A record 37 players were chosen in the 2015 NHL Draft and more than 375 players on team rosters last season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

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